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Here, Frankie describes the entire story behind Having Fun Up There, including the films that preceded, the writing and casting, the nine grueling production days, the edit and color correction, and the film festival circuit and distribution woes. Learn about the technology, techniques, and philosophies behind Frankie and crew's production in this entertaining tool for any beginning filmmaker.
Zoey Le Mar has, what she thinks, is a typical preteen life in the suburbs: soccer; a strict yet, loving father and mother; a pesky little brother, Owen; and two best friends, Danielle Hernandez and Lucy Le Mar. Without warning, during the preparations for Owen's birthday party, Zoey receives her first premonition, based on a secret truth. It starts to undermine her once peaceful, 11-year-old existence. The forewarning matches a recurring dream that has plagued Zoey since Owen's current age.
Named after Mahatma Gandhi's phrase for the schools of pre-colonial India, The Beautiful Tree recounts Tooley's journey from the largest shanty town in Africa to the hinterlands of Gansu, China. It introduces listeners to the families and teachers who taught him that the poor are not waiting for educational handouts. They are building their own schools and educating themselves.
Russell Westbrook is a man who requires no validation from others. He doesn't need you to believe in him. He was 5'8", 140 pounds with over-sized hands and size 14 feet as a 10th grader and sat the bench until his junior year. He is now a perpetual NBA All-Star, an Olympic gold medalist, and one of the best basketball players in the world. The story of how he got here is a tale of triumph.
This is the story of Rome during the fourth century in the time of its 57th emperor, the first Christian ruler, Flavius Valerius Constantinus, who later was called Augustus - the man known to posterity as a saint and as Constantine the Great. His life and work was the object of study for countless historians, yet most of them missed to discover the man under the purple imperial robes. This audiobook tries to fill in some of the missing aspects necessary to reconstruct his true portrait.
Edith Mudd lives in Duckpool with her grey old Gramps, a smelly dog called Pyla and a heroic talking worm called Arfur. They get into some funny scrapes, but always save the day. In this story... Edith has a dream - to win a trip to Egypt in a local museum competition - with the help of Gramps and his great brain.
The MindMade Prison is a must-listen for anyone interested in the areas of self development and self esteem. By using the author's proven techniques of personal transformation, you can literally learn to design your life in any way you want. This book will save you from going through life without ever truly tapping into your full potential...
Most people want to avoid thinking about death, but Caitlin Doughty - a 20-something with a degree in medieval history and a flair for the macabre - took a job at a crematory, turning morbid curiosity into her life’s work. With an original voice that combines fearless curiosity and mordant wit, Caitlin tells an unusual coming-of-age story full of bizarre encounters, gallows humor, and vivid characters (both living and very dead).
Auf einer Schiffsreise von New York nach Buenos Aires kommt der Ich-Erzähler dem arroganten Schachweltmeister Mirko Czentovic erst nahe, als sich dieser bereit erklärt, gegen alle Hobbyspieler gemeinsam eine Partie zu spielen. Als diese schon verloren scheint, greift ein Dr. B. in das Spiel ein und holt gegen Czentovic noch ein Remis heraus. Durch Dr. B.s seltsames Spielfieber neugierig gemacht, will der Ich-Erzähler mehr von ihm erfahren. Daraufhin berichtet ihm Dr. B. von seiner monatelangen Einzelhaft im Wiener Gestapo-Gefängnis, wo er dem Irrewerden nur dadurch entkam, dass er aus einem entwendeten Schachbuch Meisterpartien nachspielte.
Edith Mudd lives in Duckpool with her grey old Gramps, a smelly dog called Pyla and a heroic talking worm called Arfur. They get into some funny scrapes, but always save the day. In this story... Someone is buying all the string in Duckpool and that means Gramps can't knit a new string vest. It will be a long cold winter if the Mudd family can't solve the mystery.
Set in the far, far future, Steel Traveler Of Urth is a wild combination of The Good, The Bad And The Ugly (the sunburned landscape, the characters who take it for granted that everybody's out to cheat and/or kill everyone else as they vie for treasure)and The Road Warrior (the hard-to-kill hero has suffered so many losses, he's trying to be as big a bastard as everyone else, but he keeps being tripped up by his own innate decency).
Between running an illegal gambling house and preparing for her husband to be released from prison, Lauryn learns a vicious lesson in family values and how dealing with family can be like dealing with a total stranger. It will only take a single bullet to divide her family, but even more bullets to bring it back together.
Zera, and Roger Taylor, the CIA's best, are ultimately enlisted by a powerful alien being into stopping a heinous plot to blind every living thing on Earth. Roger and Zera must travel into space to save the Earth, and other friendly aliens from extinction.
In this audiobook, you will encounter some of the most interesting scriptures in the Bible that can help us live a much more loving life. Paul was right when he said that the love of God compelled his actions. In the same way, I am hoping that having listened to this book the love of God will compel you to act more in love than ever before in your homes, work place, community or any other place you find yourselves.
Antwerpen im Jahr 1599: Seit mehr als dreißig Jahren versinken die Niederlande im Revolutionskrieg, spanische Truppen halten die Stadt besetzt, ihre Kriegsflotte belagert den Hafen. Doch die "Schwarze Galeere", das berühmt-berüchtigte Kaperschiff der "Wassergeusen", versetzt der feindlichen Armada immer wieder schwere Schläge. Ihr Steuermann, der Befreiungskämpfer Jan Norris, ist mit der jungen Myga van Bergen verlobt. Auch der genuesische Kapitän Antonio Valani verzehrt sich nach der schönen Niederländerin, und eines Nachts unternimmt er einen heimtückischen Entführungsversuch. Wilhelm Raabes (1831 1910) spannend erzählte historische Novelle erschien erstmals 1861.
Mistress Commander Angharad Godkin hates politics, so of course, her ruler the Godson sent her to replace the Governor of barely tamed Shraeven province. She hates religion, so naturally, the native gods began to plague her the moment she arrived. And since she hates both, the gods started playing politics - and the politicians began playing at godhood.
In 1991 Nancy Dillard Lyon, daughter of a powerful Dallas real estate tycoon, was murdered, poisoned with arsenic. Nancy’s brother became convinced her adulterous husband, Richard, was responsible. And so Richard was arrested, tried, and convicted - and sentenced to life in prison. But did the evidence support this conviction?
With the holidays gone and Hillside Manor almost empty, Innkeeper Judith McMonigle Flynn has a bad case of the blues. A housesitting stint at her aunt and uncle's retirement home on Whoopee Island with cousin Renie seems like the ideal pick-me-up. But it isn't long before a dead body pops up in their vicinity. Not surprising in an area full of older folks - until they learn it wasn't a bad ticker that did in the victim, but a very sharp knife.
Is our era both the most wondrous and the most horrific time ever to be alive in the history of the human race? Award-winning travel journalist Lee Foster thinks so. His audiobook, Travels in an American Imagination: The Spiritual Geography of Our Time consists of 25 essays, in which Foster evokes a place in his worldwide travels and then addresses the spiritual geography of our era. Foster's work has won eight Lowell Thomas Awards, the highest accolades in travel writing, including him being named Travel Journalist of the Year (Silver Winner). More than 200 of his worldwide coverages can be seen at fostertravel.com. Foster suggests that a balanced perception of modern life, with sufficient imagination, can enable a modern person to live in a healthy, constructive manner and not be overwhelmed by pessimism or despair.
An illegal immigrant falls from the sky and NYPD Homicide Detective Nikki Heat's investigation into his death quickly captures the imagination of her boyfriend, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jameson Rook. When he decides to work the case with Heat as his next big story, Nikki is at first happy to have him ride along. But when Rook's inquiry concludes that Detective Heat has arrested the wrong man for the murder, everything changes.